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November 2017 News

Things to do at St. Luke's and Upcoming Events! Join us for Sunday Worship at 9:15 a.m.  Then stay for treats, coffee, and fellowship.  All are welcome! Help us feed others at our Community Meal.  We have a monthly Community Meal on the third Sunday of each month at 5:00 p.m. in Will Hall.  We

LASAGNA DINNER!

  We are getting ready to host another FAMOUS LASAGNA DINNER! For decades this has been a wonderful evening of great food and warm fellowship.  But, did you know that the proceeds from the dinner go to buy dinner for someone else? Over the last few years, St. Luke's has donated over $16,000 to the Northeast

Singing our way through Advent

Singing our way through Advent "Blessed be the LORD, the God of Israel; he has come to his people and set them free."... ~Song of Zechariah "Surely, it is God who saves me; I will trust in him and not be afraid." ~First song of Isaiah And, now, this Sunday... "My soul proclaims the greatness

Tuesday’s Lectionary at Lunch

It was a night like any other for those shepherds minding their flock. Some would have been chosen for the night watch, keeping their eyes and ears alert to any potential threat to the herd - bandits and wild animals were among the many dangers. The others would have been searching for a comfortable spot

Easter Celebrations

The Great Vigil of Easter Saturday, April 15 at 8:00 PM The first service of Easter Day is the Vigil observed after sundown on Saturday night. We begin in semi-darkness as the new fire - the Paschal candle - is lit from the prairie burn and processed into the church. We hear stories of deliverance

Palm Sunday and Holy Week

Palm Sunday Sunday, April 9 at 9:15 AM The story of Jesus' triumphant entrance into Jerusalem is recorded in all four Gospels. The first service of Holy Week finds us waving our palm branches and singing "Hosanna!" much like the crowd that gathered that day so long ago. But our rejoicing will fade quickly, again

Ash Wednesday Services

Ash Wednesday Services February 18 Imposition of Ashes & Holy Eucharist Noon & 6 PM  

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper!

Our annual "let's get ready for Lent" pancake supper...It's fun for the whole family! Tuesday, February 17 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Suggested donation $5 Adults/ $3 Children All proceeds go to support the J2A June Mission Trip! Activities for children!

Christmas Worship!

              PLEASE JOIN US FOR CHRISTMAS 2017 SERVICES  Christmas Eve Early Service will be at 10:00 a.m.  A Family Eucharist will feature the youth of the parish offering the Liturgy of the Word. We have violinists, pianists, readers, angels, shepherds, and even a tuba player! St. Luke's choir will sing

Labyrinth

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Cedar Falls Labyrinth Ministry   St. Luke's has a permanent outdoor labyrinth, created by one of our young parishioners as an Eagle Scout project, but completed through significant donations of time, talent, and material and financial resources of many in the congregation and community.   The labyrinth provides a sacred space

Community Meals

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Cedar Falls Monthly Community Meals     Every third Sunday, St. Luke's Episcopal Church serves dinner to anyone who is hungry or alone for whatever reason.  Co-chairs Diane Lyman and Sharon Kelleher organize about 30 volunteers to cook, decorate and set tables, greet guests, package bags of staple items, bake desserts,

St. Luke’s Famous Lasagna Dinner!

Join Us For St. Luke's Famous Lasagna Dinner on Friday, October 20th! All proceeds go to the Northeast Iowa Food Bank so buy yourself a meal and another meal for someone in need.  The Lasagna Dinner is on Friday, October 20th from 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. in Will Hall.  Adult meals are $10 and children's

Walk the Labyrinth!

Pilgrims and seekers have been walking labyrinths for over 5000 years.  In the ongoing search for life’s meaning, for comfort, for healing, for wisdom, for direction, for communion with the Divine, people have turned to the labyrinth as a spiritual tool, a sacred place to meet God. As we draw near to Holy Week, we

A Narrative Description of Holy Week Services

The purpose of Holy Week is to re-enact, re-live, and invite us to participate in the events leading to the Passion of Christ. Palm Sunday April 13 9:15 AM The story of Jesus' triumphant entrance into Jerusalem is recorded in all four Gospels. The first service of Holy Week finds us waving our palm branches

Holy Week & Easter Services

Palm Sunday                      April 13          9:15 AM Journey to the Cross    April 16          6:30 PM Maundy Thursday         April 17          6:30 PM  (5:45 Agapé Dinner) Good Friday      

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